Mon. Aug 19th, 2019

The Best Games to Play on the Nintendo Wii this Season

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There are several gaming consoles on the market and each of these consoles has earned a significant position. We have the ultimate PS4 which offers us some really awesome exclusive and then we have the X-Box 1x which offers its own set of exclusives. Each console may differ from each other based on the different efficacies it has to offer. Among many consoles, emerges a name that has established itself as an authority in the motion-control console gaming. It is none other but Nintendo Wii. If you’re a fan of the Nintendo, you might wonder which are the best games to play. 

Here are some Nintendo Wii games that are quite the traction for all the Nintendo lovers out there. 

Xenoblade Chronicles

Do you want to play a game with an amazing questline, some really memorable characters and really cool fantasy combat actions? Look no further than the amazing Xenoblade Chronicles. It is a Japanese video game which packs a lot of interesting gaming features with a steep learning curve. If you ever face a roadblock in this game, don’t worry because there are many interesting guides on the Internet to educate you on how you can find your way around the game. 

The game has previously scored a staggering 92 percent on metacritics and well deserves it. It is one of the best fantasy games with a sleek gameplay and stunning art direction. The game also features some mind-soothing Xenoblade Chronicle soundtracks. In fact, they are so great that people listen to them on Spotify even when they are not playing the game. No wonder Xenoblade has earned its keep as one of the best action-fantasy game of all-time on the Nintendo Wii.

Super Smash Bros Brawl

There is no other podium where the best Nintendo warriors come together to have a cross-over fight other than the Super Smash Bros brawl. The ultimate Super Smash Bros is a fighting game that works out fine for everyone, even for all those who aren’t quite a fan of the fighting games themselves. It is quite interactive and fun when you can play it with your family and friends. And, the game is quite different from other fighting games because you can have up to four combatants in a single round. 

Also, it doesn’t matter if you are using the Wii Remote, or Wii Remote with Nunchuk, Gamecube Controller or the Classic Controller; with Super Smash Bros different combatants can use different controls to simultaneously play with each other. Unlike other fighting games which require complex combinations such as Mortal Kombat or Street Fighter, the controls for Super Smash Bros are pretty streamlined. Such controls can easily be learned by anyone on the go so they can have some real fun.  

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

Developed and published by Nintendo, the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is the trademark game of Nintendo. Just like Super Mario, the Legend of Zelda is a vintage classic storyline that has come down a long way. The best thing about the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is that even newbies can play it. If you haven’t played any of the prior Zelda games before, you can still master the gameplay in Skyward Sword; all you have to do is get your hands on this game title and begin your adventure.  

You will have plenty of opportunities to interact with different memorable characters, complete various challenging quests, and find your way through the dungeon labyrinths. Believe it or not, but this game almost took around 5 years of development before it reached its target audience. Just imagine, the heart and soul developers have put in this game and how much time they have invested in the game details; from the soundtrack to animations, even the grass blades caressed by winds.

Call of Duty: Black Ops

The title has earned its keep in the PC version of the game quite magnanimously and it has earned its keep in the Nintendo world, especially with the use of the Wii motion controller. In Call of Duty: Black Ops, you start out as a CIA operative Alex Mason where you are battling in the era of Cold War. As you conquer through the game’s decently designed campaigns, you face with the options of sabotaging enemy equipment, rescue political prisoners meet interesting allied rebels and do much more. 

It is a thrilling multiplayer title which takes place in over 14 different maps. Irrespective of whether you are shooting down AI opponents or human opponents, the experience with the Wii motion controller is indeed out of this world. It has sold more than 6 million copies around the world and especially individuals using the Wii motion controller have reverted back with more positive reviews than ever. If you haven’t played this title on Nintendo Wii yet, I strongly recommend that you do; it will be worth it. 

Mario Kart Wii

Mario Kart is a racing video game featuring the ultimate Mario characters and is quite a delightful treat for all those planning to play this game with friends. The gameplay seems to be just as amazing on the Wii as it does on every other console. It features both single-player as well as multiplayer modes and you have the advantage of the Wii Remote’s motion-sensing which provides good steering. 

The powerups in the game are distributed evenly and semi-randomly. So, it’s like if you are not doing good in the game, you will get the best powerups so you can excel in the race. Whereas, the player who is in the lead usually scores the weakest powerups which ultimately results in making the game less challenging for losing players. Eventually, someone in the last can readily come up at the first. 

It makes the game altogether quite a thrilling experience for Mario Kart Wii players. 

Okami

Last but definitely not the least on our list today is Okami. With the recent HD remake, Okami has become one of the best Wii Games on Nintendo this year. There is so much interesting that this action-adventure game has to offer to its players. The only setback was the graphics which is now resolved giving Nintendo players an edge to have the ultimate gaming experience of Okami. 

The Okami story combines several Japanese myths; it discusses the story of Shinto a sun goddess saves the land from the darkness. The Wii version of the Okami is a remake of the PlayStation 2 version of the game but only this time it comes in better HD quality and with a Wii motion controller. You can perform miracles, skills, and actions with the Celestial Brush which works as the gesture.

So there you go, here are all the best games that you can play on the Nintendo Wii this year.   

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